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Greetings in the strong name of Jesus Christ!

Trinity on the Hill is an active and vibrant parish, growing in grace and deepening in our relationship with Jesus Christ.  And yet, we aren’t perfect; we don’t claim to be the best church in town. Though having served 6 churches throughout my ministry, I will say I’m particularly proud of this church and honored to be the rector here.

Since we aren’t a perfect church, it goes without saying that we have room to grow.  And I believe that we will be enriched and strengthened by the gifts of new people who come into our midst.  New perspectives, new talents, new stories will only serve to make all of us a more faithful church and a more clear reflection of the Kingdom of God, which is rich in diversity of all kinds.

We strive to be a place where people of every generation can find meaningful opportunities for worship, service, and formation as disciples.  From babies in the nursery, to those enjoying well deserved retirement, everyone has a place here at Trinity on the Hill.

If we can serve you in any way, and if you have any questions about becoming a member here at Trinity on the Hill, call the church office at 505-662-5107.  My personal email is cadams@latoth.org, and I invite you to email me with any questions you may have.

I hope and pray that you will feel the presence of Christ in your life this week, and I look forward to seeing you soon.


Fr. Christopher Adams

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Join Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church, Los Alamos for a First Century Passover Meal and Living Last Supper re-enactment on:

Tuesday, April 11 at 6pm.

Cost is $10. Youth under 12 are $5 and under five are free.

Menu includes: lamb, mint jelly, rice, roasted tomatoes, asparagus, 21st century mac and cheese, baklava, and chocolate covered strawberries.

In years past, we have used a Haggadah with material drawn primarily from Rabbinical Seder meals from the 4th century and beyond. However, this year we will be using “A First Century Passover Haggadah”, which is a service that attempts to have a Passover meal more in common with what Jesus would have done in the first century. This will be an exciting opportunity to share in a Paschal Meal closer to the time of our Lord, hopefully making even richer connections between our faith and the faith of our Jewish forbearers.

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